Tag Archives: Learn Russian in Moscow - Page 2

26 Feb
2017
Moscow Bookstores Moscow is among the best cities in the world to buy books. Being that Moscow is so diverse, the city naturally has a plethora of great bookstores for all types of readers. Maybe you’re into crime, or romance, or some wacky combination of the two, or you just want a souvenir to take ...
19 Feb
2017
How To Trick Your Brain into Speaking Russian Fast Ты говоришь по-русски? If you understand the above phrase, wonderful, apply what I’m about to say to your next language. If you’re just now getting the results back from Google Translate, we have work to do. Chances are you’ve been studying Russian longer than you would’ve ...
15 Feb
2017
6 Russian Hats We love hats. We wear hats for fashion, for religious and formal purposes, and of course, to keep us warm. (And here in Moscow, there’s a lot of the latter going around.) You’re probably wearing a hat right now, or you see someone wearing a hat, trying desperately to stay warm. But ...
14 Feb
2017
Aviapark Supermall When you walk into Aviapark supermall on Hodynskiy the chances of you finding your way out are 1 in 17 million. With over 500 stores and an area of 230,000 square meters, you could stuff the entire Moscow Zoo, Luzhniki soccer field, and GUM skating rink, through its doors and still have enough ...
07 Sep
2016
Studying Russian – Tips & Truth I started studying Russian at school when I was about 14, although I use the word ‘studying’ loosely. In reality it was sitting in a classroom staring into space while a teacher attempted to communicate with us in unintelligible sounds- which I now assume were the Russian language. It ...
15 Jul
2016
See you soon Moscow! It’s been almost four months since my first day at the school, but looking back at that day it really seems like yesterday. Four months count for nothing in a lifetime, but still so many things can happen in such a short amount of time when you live abroad. You come ...
01 Jul
2016
Walking tour around Moscow On Monday afternoons after morning classes, Liden & Denz usually organize a walking tour around Moscow. Although Moscow is far too big with far too much to see to cover it all in just a two hour walk, this is a great opportunity for newcomers (like me) to get a feel ...
28 Jun
2016
  Привет Moscow! My name is Lawrence, I’m 21, from Newcastle-upon-Tyne in the UK, and I’m pleased to say I’m the new social media intern at Liden & Denz Moscow for the next 5 weeks. This is only my first day in Moscow, so I still have so much more to see and take in! ...
28 Jun
2016
Hello Moscow! Hi! I’m Megan, a university student from the UK, currently studying Russian at Liden & Denz Language Centre in Moscow. My parents live in a small village in Kent, but I go to university in London. I started learning Russian just nine months ago, but I never dreamed I would be spending summer ...
16 Jun
2016
Meet Tatiana: one of our most beloved members of staff! Today, for our #meetourstaff initiative, I interviewed Tatiana Kuzub. Tatiana is not only one of our most beloved members of staff, but she’s also a good friend and a person you can always count on. She is one of the first people I met when ...